Based on the success of some Andean products such as quinoa, potatoes or maca in international food trade and the growing environmental degradation facing developing countries, resulting from intensive exploitation activities; Our research seeks to show the trend that is assumed from the academic / scientific community and public officials in the food sector in Peru, against the need to maintain sustainable various ancestral modes of agricultural production (case quinoa), for it analyze quantitative and qualitative obtained from public institutions and Peruvian universities.
|Publication status||Published - 1 Aug 2016|
- Agricultural biodiversity
- Agricultural policy
- Agrifood economics
- Public institutions